Half Off “Almost” Everything Tomorrow for the Quality Estate Sale with Premium Glassware!

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Dates
Thu
Aug 22
12pm to 7pm
Fri
Aug 23
9am to 5pm

Terms

Terms and Conditions: Cash or check (with proper ID). Credit and Debit cards accepted with a 3% surcharge. Please be respectful of the neighbors, don’t block driveways. Bring help and supplies to load your own items. Not responsible for accidents or injuries. All items sold as is with NO guarantees.

The Williams Family is seeking new homes for their collections and treasures.  Then, following  on Saturday, August 24, 2019, Wegner Auctioneers (www.wegnerauctioneers.com) will conduct on auction on the same property, commencing at 10:00 AM.  All items are from a pet and smoke free home.  If you, or someone you know, is seeking quality furniture, Fenton (including Burmese) and Carnival glass, or ski jackets and suits (Mrs. Williams was an avid skier and skied all over the world), then this sale is for you! Many of the ski jackets and suits are from Europe and Canada. We hope to see you there!!  

 

Premium Glassware:  Hand painted and signed Burmese Fenton pieces: Epergne, student lamps (1 signed by Connie Ash, March 1974 and Diane Gessel), fairy lamps (including vintage “Autumn Leaves”), several baskets, bowls, cruets, Jack-in-the-Pulpit vase, dresser set with powder jar, butterfly perfume and tray, ginger jar, and more * Vintage Fenton White Milk Glass Sliver Crest pieces (some artist signed) * Fenton White-over-Pink and Pink-over-White pieces * Fenton Blue Satin glass pieces * Hobnail pieces * Very nice selection of Carnival Glass pieces * Steuben Vase * Flow Blue pitcher and bowl set (nice) * Flow Blue small plate * Opalescent pitcher and bowl set made in West Germany * Louis XV Northwood Ivory spooner * Alaska Vaseline glass spooner * Vermont Honeycomb footed spooner * Grinley pitcher * Vintage cracker jar * Vintage pieces of Bavaria, German and RS Prussia * Imperial Red Satin slag glass * Moon and Stars *Amberina glass * Cruets * Cobalt Blue glass pieces (some Fenton) * Cobalt Blue rolling pin * Royal Albert “Old Country Rose” china set (many pieces) * Bavaria flowered pattern china set * Pressed and cut glass * And more

Furniture:  Pair of Vintage Mid-Century Modern Viko Baumritter Lounge Chairs * Thomasville bedroom set (king size bed, five-drawer chest, nine-drawer double-mirrored dresser, and night stand) * Full-size bed * Mid-Century Modern dresser/chest * Kroehler end tables (2) * Four-drawer chest * Neat, small, round occasional table * Occasional chairs * Small three-shelf unit * Oak rocking chair * Round Oak dining room table with leaf and four chairs* Round Maple kitchen table with four chairs * What-not shelf unit * Matching pantry and shelving units * Telephone table/stand * Magnavox TV * Square kitchen table with four rolling chairs * TV stand * Handmade wood boxes (use for jewelry, etc.)  * American Drew roll top desk * Large magazine/card display unit (was a Hallmark store display used for greeting cards) * Metal two-drawer file cabinet * Solid wood desk * Card table with four chairs * And more

Antiques and Collectibles:   Hummels * Morley Brothers, Saginaw, MI roller * Marion Dairy mini milk bottle * Whiting Furniture Store Lane cedar chest (salesman sample size) * Breckenridge High School pendant * Breckenridge 125th Anniversary Church Christmas ornament * Michigan Lioness Club pins * State of Michigan Flag (N.I.B.) * Dow Styrofoam book * Little Big Books (approximately 41) * Rotary phones (2) * Assortment of vintage canning jars * Large Doll collection * Old books (including cookbooks and children’s) * 33 1/3 RPM records * “Gone with the Wind”-style lamps * Swarovski Christmas ornaments *   Higher end jewelry pieces (sterling silver, 14 kt gold pieces, and more) * Costume jewelry * Men’s costume jewelry * Pocket watches * Artworks by Vigus * DeGrazia prints and glasses * Goebel DeGrazia flower girl and boy figurines * Pyrex mixing/nesting bowls (multiple sets and bowls) * Pyrex pie plates * Wagner Ware cast iron fry pans * Hammered  aluminum trays (handmade) * Enamelware pieces * And more

Kitchen and Household:  Panasonic NB-G110P Flash Xpress toaster oven (programmable) * Magnalite Country Collection pot and pan set (Sidney, Ohio) * Small appliances * Lodge cast iron fry pan * Cast Iron fry pans *  Aluminum Dutch oven * Boleslawiec Polish pottery * Nemadji pottery pieces * Pottery * Mikasa Bone China cake set (N.I.B) * Gorham “Sweet Violets” creamer and sugar * Corelle dish set * Tupperware (some vintage) * Corning Ware casserole dish sets (many) * Bakeware * Cookware * Assorted glasses/drinkware/glassware * Silverware * Cooking utensils *  Canning jars (lots of) * Linens * Comforters and quilts * Goose down duvet * Briggs & Riley travel ware (N.I.B.) * American Tourister luggage (new) * Floor and  table lamps * Royal Albert quartz clock * Lenox * Knick Knacks (lots of)  * Enesco * Precious Moments 40th and 50th anniversary * Books * Christmas decorations/décor and dishes * Various holiday decorations * Viking  model 6690 sewing machine (made in Sweden) * Sewing  notions * Patterns * Baskets * Pictures and paintings * World globe * Gourds * Bird figurine collection * Puzzles and games * Artificial floral arrangement * And more

Ladies Clothing:  Ski jackets (Obermeyer, Bogner, Spyder, etc.) * Ski Suits (Nils Skiwear, Bogner, Spyder, Rothschild, etc.) * Coats * Ski sweaters and other sweaters * Very nice lady’s clothing, from casual/weekend wear to dress  (Sizes Small—Large) * Jeans  (mostly sizes 8  and 10) * Sweatshirts * Jean shirts * Swimsuits * Belts * Shoes (sizes 7—9) including Nike, Merrell, Mephisto * Ski boots * Ice Skates * Hats * Gloves * Mittens * Scarves * Skiing attire *  And more

 

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